L’Occitane def makes it to my top favourite skin care brands. This is my third tub of #LoccitaneUltraRichShea Cream. Each pot of traditionally grown, top notch quality produce lasts me a winter. I’ve enjoyed using @loccitane for a decade myself. This jar of rich cream is way dense than the L’Occitane milk lotions and perfect for strong winters that leave your skin feeling nourished and supple. Claimed as animal cruelty free, it was their packaging that intrigued me most.
Each pot had Braille labels on their lids. The Braille labels set for a good example to tap into the neglected market of the visually impaired hereby retaining consumer loyalty. I think this is the only brand that I’ve stumbled upon that selflessly enables blind people to shop hassle free, making it easier to identify and shop for skin care rightly.
They make for lovely family gifts, I’ve gifted some to my grandma the past few years, who learnt Braille while working for the less privileged. She is almost 90 now and a former social worker cum author who actively organised eye camps for the economically challenged . My grannmum was super happy to know that purchases like these exist where you can give back to society.
Do comment and share if you know of similar brands that re-instil good faith in society.